Which sense would you chose to lose during lovemaking? A response.

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Nefarious Intentions

I stumbled upon (not related to StumbleUpon) Prinze Charming’s blog today, and found an interesting article there, The Ultimate Sacrifice for Love; Makes Sense to Deny Participation, wherein the prinze asks, “Which of your five senses would you give up each time you make love to your lover?”

At first I thought that it would be an all-encompassing loss of the sense. If you chose sight, you would never be able to see again, ever. My answer to his question at this point in my understanding was to become a monk, live in a monastery and play video games for the rest of my life.

As I continued to read the article, I believe his intention is that you would only lose the sense while being intimate with your lover.  The thought of a loss of a sense only while being intimate is actually quite exciting… If I had my choice…

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Which sense would you chose to lose during lovemaking? A response.

2 thoughts on “Which sense would you chose to lose during lovemaking? A response.

  1. mikew says:

    Hmm… I’d have to say “smell”. Anything else would be uncivilized. I’ll leave that interpretation to your imagination…

    1. Great decision! I think most people would actually benefit being sick, or nasally congested, when they feel intimate with their partners. I know smell hindered my intentions to continue many times. Thanks for stopping by!

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